I still have that on one bow and it was good when my kids were younger as it made it easy for me to know they had the correct distance. I would either reach over and adjust or tell them what number to put it on.The scope is insignificant - red dot or regular is whatever you like to see for a sight picture. The key is to get an HHA Optimizer for the xbow to adjust the scope and not rely on extra crosshairs. Easy sight in session and you will be good from 0-80 yards with it. Just range the target, turn the dial to the exact range, and shoot!
What bow did you put it onThe 3X32 Pin Point Scope is easy to use. SimplyRange It, Dial It, Shoot It…. No more hold over or hold under as with standard multi-reticle crossbow scopes. The 3X32Pin Point Scope is the essential scope for precision crossbow shooting.www.ebay.com
I scraped up one of these on eBay at the extreme recommendation of a friend. I love it so far. Dead accurate out to 60, should I ever feel the need. And I’m shooting heavy stuff!
The bottom end Excalibur scopes are not great. The top end ones are better. It might depend on which you have triedI'm unimpressed with oem scopes from barnett and excalibur. The hawke scope that was included with the excalibur micro I got used from AT last year is definitely a step up. Sadly my eyes are too poor to get into much moor detail.